Articles

Samia Halaby’s Concurrent Solo Shows at Ayyam Gallery Dubai

Two side-by-side exhibitions ('Illuminated Space' and 'Documentary Drawings of the Kafr Qasem Massacre') at Ayyam Gallery Dubai (11 & 12 Alserkal Avenue) present New York based artist Samia Halaby’s latest abstract paintings alongside a series of drawings from a long-standing project that led to her most recent publication Drawing the Kafr Qasem Massacre (Amsterdam: Schilt Publishing, 2017).

In-Between by Soheila Esfahani

The experience of growing up in Iran and later living in Canada reflects Soheila Esfahani's interest in cultural translation, making her explore the processes involved in cultural transfer and transformation.

Watercolours by Fuad Arifhodzic

The Bosniak Institute - Adil Zulfikarpašić Foundation in Sarajevo presents the 'Fuad Arifhodžić Legacy' by opening the exhibition 'Watercolours by Fuad Arifhodžić' on October 5, 2016.

Symbolic Cities: The Work of Ahmed Mater

Since the early 20th century, Saudi Arabia has experienced extraordinary political, economic and social transformation. Bringing together works by leading Saudi Arabian artist Ahmed Mater (b. 1979), 'Symbolic Cities' offers unique perspectives on the effects of such changes on this country. This is the first and only showing of this exhibition in the United States solely dedicated to works by this artist, on view at the Smithsonian’s Arthur M. Sackler Gallery until September 18.